Kundo suspension spring length

Jeff C

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May 26, 2005
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Hello, I picked this Kundo up at a local flea market and it needs the spring. I have the correct springs for this I just wondered to avoid cutting it too long or short before I put it in the blocks what would be the length to cut it too? Also would I be wrong in guessing this is from the late 60's or early 70's? It does have a plastic spring guard.
Thanks
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Jeff C

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May 26, 2005
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Seven Fields, Pennsylvania
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Hello, I picked this Kundo up at a local flea market and it needs the spring. I have the correct springs for this I just wondered to avoid cutting it too long or short before I put it in the blocks what would be the length to cut it too? Also would I be wrong in guessing this is from the late 60's or early 70's? It does have a plastic spring guard.
Thanks
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Joe Collins

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Hi Jeff,
I can't see enough detail to date your clock but I can tell you the length of the suspension unit.
The length between the upper and lower block pins is 127mm. (4.999") The fork is 7mm below the top block. (.275")
Hope this helps,

Joe
 

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